EOS, Hartwig enter distribution agreement

Oct. 23, 2017
Hartwig's partnership with EOS is the next step in growing its additive manufacturing capabilities to serve the region it supports.

EOS North America (Novi, MI), which supplies additive manufacturing technology for processing metals and polymers, expanded its North American sales channel into the traditional machine tooling industry by entering a partnership with Hartwig (St. Louis, MO), which distributes machine tool solutions and inspection equipment in the Midwest, Southwest, and Mountain regions.

Related: Additive manufacturing solutions developer EOS opens new facility in Texas

Hartwig will now offer manufacturing companies the full range of EOS additive manufacturing machines for metals and plastics. This enables Hartwig's customers to use the technology to lightweight structures, reduce cost based on functional integration, increase individualization, and accelerate product development and production.

Hartwig's partnership with EOS is the next step in growing its capabilities in the space to serve the region it supports.

For more information, please visit www.eos.info and www.hartwiginc.com.

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